Aquaman #11

Writer: Rick Veitch Artist: Yvel Guichet Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 15, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 19, 2003

    I can't say that I was overly surprised when the Black Manta revealed that he was still a villainous bastard, and truth be told I'm rather glad as Aquaman's paltry rogues gallery can't afford to have any of them reform. However, other than this welcome return to form by the Black Manta, this issue is guilty of following the exact same formula that we've been getting for pretty much this entire arc, as we see Aquaman races to prevent the Thirst from absorbing yet another river goddess, and after a brief exchange where it looks like Aquaman might emerge victorious, the situation turns against our hero, and the Thirst adds yet another river goddess to his chalice. Now the next chapter is the big finish so the final moments of the encounter do add another twist as Aquaman is joined with the Thirst, and with Garth busy with the situation back in Atlantis, I'm guessing it will fall upon the JLA to set right this situation. As for the action that is playing out in Atlantis, I have to say that Read Full Review

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